Newsweek is reporting on a truck that crashed into a house in Braintree, Massachusetts, with no one inside except for two chocolate labs. It’s thought that the dogs must have bumped something that caused the truck to roll while the driver was busy elsewhere. Continue reading Truck-Driving Dogs
Happy Boston Marathon Day! Can I just say that I love that this dog is named Spencer, (I’m assuming) after the famous fictional private investigator based in Boston. Remember Spencer for Hire on television? He was from a series of books by Robert B. Parker, which I highly recommend for those of you who like crime fiction.
Thanks to the ABC affiliate in Boston, WCVB, for bringing us such a delightful photo on race day.
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!
I don’t understand how this is a hard concept. You don’t leave dogs in parked cars. Never. Or at least not in the summertime. I know I rant about this every summer, but apparently people still don’t realize that hot cars can kill a dog very quickly. On an 80-degree day, especially if it’s humid, your car interior can heat up to over 100 degrees in a matter of minutes. Continue reading How Many Dogs Have to Die?
In a chilling reminder of just how important it is to keep your dog’s vaccines up to date, 20 dogs in the Merrimack Valley area of Massachusetts have died recently from parvovirus, and officials expect the death toll to climb before the outbreak is contained.
Continue reading Parvo Outbreak in Lowell, Massachusetts